Issue 1 and Volume 1889 5.

LIST OF PATENTS. Issued from the United States Patent Office for the week ending January 1, pertaining to fire and water departments. Specially reported for FIRE AND WATER by Geo. R. Byington, solicitor of patents, Washington, D. C. Printed specifications and drawings of any patent here mentioned, will be sent to any person upon receipt of twenty-five cents. R. A. Reiss, Hoboken, N. J., and E. Pcttenkofer, New York, N. Y., fire escape. A. Welsh and H. J. Rogers, Bennetts Station, Pa., fire escape. H. C. Collins, Springfield, Mass., device for supporting and giving vibrating motion to hose pipes. EXPIRING PATENTS. Becoming Public Properly January 17, 1889. Fun isbed by F. B. Brock, Patent Attorney, 639 F street, Washington, D. c . These patents are now public property, and the devices may be freely appropriate j by anyone so disposed. G. Shelley, tapping water and gas mains. W. Painter, steam…

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